You're probably thinking, "Oh boy, what's this post going to be about?" Or, "This is quite the departure from the content he usually writes on his blog." Don't worry. I'm not becoming a holy roller on your, but I have found religion in a way that suits me.
It snowed a ton in the Northeast over the past 24 hours. The kids and wife wanted to build Olaf. Well, the wife did. It's a decent version, though I preferred the Bruschi version she did a few years back.
I have much to be thankful for after a pretty decent year. While 2012 would be described as devasting, 2013 would be described as healing. In 2014, I'm looking to do a number of things. No big promises here. No big resolutions. Just some simple thinking about how to make my life even more enjoyable than it is right now.
Kids painted seashells. This is what I painted on mine.
My kids raised over $1,000 for kids cancer research last year. They are at it again and want to beat their record. They can't do it alone. They need your help. So cool off, drink up and help kids beat cancer!!!
Kids drew some pictures to the students at Sandy Hook. :(
I'm a huge Thanksgiving fan. Love the food, football, family and friends action. It's a day that we all say what we are thankful for.
Why not say thanks each and every day? If only the spirit of the holidays could be carried all year round, the world would be a much happier place.
Nature at its finest.